Internet users in Philadelphia, Reading, Harleysville, and Levittown are the unlucky ones to have allegedly torrented the movie using a file called Criminal 2016 1080p BluRay x264 DTS-JYK on July 17th. Currently named John Does 1-5, these unknown defendants will probably be receiving a notice from their internet service provider (ISP) in September informing them that they are being accused of copyright infringement. Let your friends know not to download this movie, or they might be sued!
Specifically, each defendant is accused of using the BitTorrent file identified as Hash value
If you receive a letter from from your ISP that informs you a subpoena was received to reveal your identity, call Antonelli Law nationwide at 312-201-8310 or use the contact form below. Our local counsel is admitted to the Pennsylvania state and federal bar and will help us resolve this lawsuit for you, through anonymous settlement or by defending it in court.
We’ve represented over 1,500 people across the country facing federal lawsuits alleging copyright infringement using Internet technologies like BitTorrent. We understand the shock you may be feeling from receiving a notice of this action, and have the experience to help you deal with this in the best way possible for you. Attorney referrals accepted.
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A copy of the lawsuit’s Complaint can be found here: Complaint Criminal Productions Inc v Does 1-5 16-cv-04467 PA
Attorneys: Don’t risk malpractice trying to represent a client in a copyright lawsuit where the loser pays statutory and attorneys fees. We accept attorney referrals and are very experienced in this specialized litigation and have helped many clients in these cases.